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Monday            10-6
Tuesday            10-8
Wednesday      10-8
Thursday          10-8
Friday                10-6
Saturday           9-1

 

 

Kids

Story Times

Preschool Story Time in the Park
Fridays 10:00 am at East End Park

Join Ms. Caroline for a story and activities. We will move to Live Stream on Facebook during inclement weather. Cancellations will be posted on Facebook by 9 am each Friday.

Evening in the Park Storytime
second Tuesdays
June 8, July 13, August 10
6:30 pm
Summit Park

Join us for bedtime stories and songs.

Lego in the Park

third Tuesdays   10:00 am
East End Park

Kids of all ages are invited to let their imaginations run wild with Lego bricks. No registration required. If you can’t join in person, join in on the fun from home by sharing your LEGO creations with us at the library. (eplstaff@ellsworthlibrary.org)

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

This is a multi-year program to encourage parents to read aloud 1,000 books with their children before they enter five-year-old Kindergarten. We invite you and your child to embark on a fantastic adventure together that’s sure to create a lifelong love of reading! Although it may sound overwhelming to imagine reading 1,000 books before Kindergarten, it is not very difficult with an early start. At the rate of just one book per day, it takes less than three years. Sign up at the library to receive a book bag and your first reading record! Now you may also participate using our online platform Beanstack! 

100 Stories

Each year, the library challenges preschool-2nd grade students to read/be read to 100 stories and 3rd-5th grade students to read 500 pages, which is equivalent to 100 stories. Books need to be from the Ellsworth Public Library. Readers who complete the challenge will receive an “I Read 100 Stories” t-shirt. Registration is required. Now you may also participate using our online platform Beanstack! 

Ellsworth Public Library is committed to supporting diversity, inclusion, and well-being within the communities we serve.
Call us at 715-273-3209 about making your library services and experiences safe and welcoming.